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Clark County students could see relief with new student loan repayment program

Three-year pause on educational debt set to end Oct. 1

By , Columbian staff writer
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A three-year pause on student loan repayments is set to come to an end Oct. 1, impacting millions of borrowers nationwide and thousands here in Clark County.

Despite the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down President Joe Biden’s proposed debt relief program last year, however, a new income-driven loan-repayment plan called Saving on A Valuable Education (SAVE) can provide borrowers an extra year of leniency.

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